Astronomers have detected repeating blasts of radio signals coming from deep space. These short-lived signals are known as ' fast radio bursts ' (FRBs), and although we've heard them before, they were always thought to be one-off events coming from.
"Hidden within an incredibly massive dataset, we found a very peculiar signal that matched all the known characterizes of a Fast Radio Burst, but with a tantalizing extra element that we simply have never seen before," said Jeffrey Peterson, a.
Australian astronomers operating the Molonglo Observatory Synthesis Telescope (MOST) have detected a new radio burst of extraterrestrial origin. According to Professor Matthew Bailes, director of Swinburne Centre for Astrophysics and.
It's now the biggest single-dish radio telescope on Earth. Settled down in the bumpy karst of China's Guizhou province, about 1200 miles southwest of Beijing, this newest instrument for studying the heavens is very similar .